CompPhys14 Timetable (as of 19 Nov)

Thu, 27 November 2014  -   Linnéstr. 5, Small Lecture Hall ("Kleiner Hörsaal")
09:00-09:25  - Registration and Welcome Coffee ("Aula") -  
09:25-09:30  - Opening - 
Session 1: Statistical Physics (Chair: Reinhold Haberlandt)
09:30-09:50 Malte Henkel Spherical models of interface growth
09:50-10:10 Nikolay Izmailyan Corner contribution to free energy for 2D dimer model
10:10-10:30 Hugo Tschirhart Determinant representation for integrable spin-boson models
10:30-10:50 Desmond Johnston (Z2) lattice gerbe theory
10:50-11:20 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 2: Polymer Physics I (Chair: Stefan Schnabel)
11:20-11:40 Tomas Koci Effects of the bond elasticity on the structural transitions of a flexible polymer
11:40-12:00 Matt Williams Structural transitions in helical polymers
12:00-12:20 Johannes Zierenberg Aggregation of semiflexible polymers under constraints
12:20-12:40 Philipp Schierz Comparison of microcanonical MD and MC simulations for liquid-gas like phase transitions
12:40-14:20 - Lunch at Mensaria Liebigstr. -  
Session 3: Polymer Physics II (Chair: Wolfgang Paul)
14:20-14:40 Hsiao-Ping Hsu Lattice Monte Carlo simulations of polymer melts
14:40-15:00 Timur Shakirov Wang-Landau type Monte Carlo study of crystallization in melts of short semi-flexible polymers
15:00-15:20 Tristan Bereau Modeling many-body van der Waals interactions without electrons
15:20-15:40 Jonathan Groß Poly(3-hexylthiophene) adsorption on Au(001)
Session 4: Posters (Chair: Semjon Stepanow)
15:40-16:10 Short oral presentations of posters listed below
16:10-17:00 - Poster Session & Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 5: Joint NTZ-SFB/TRR 102 Colloquium (Chair: Wolfhard Janke)
17:00-18:00 Michael Bachmann A 20th century physics no-no problem: The reasons of us being
19:00-20:15 - Glühwein at Christmas Market -  
20:30 - Dinner at "Thüringer Hof", "Luther-Saal" (Burgstr. 19) -  
Fri, 28 November 2014  -   Linnéstr. 5, Small Lecture Hall ("Kleiner Hörsaal")
09:00-09:30  - Wake-Up Coffee ("Aula") -  
Session 6: Disordered Systems (Chair: Elmar Bittner)
09:30-09:50 Anastasios Malakis Anistropic spin-glass models
09:50-10:10 Nikolaos Fytas Universality in the three-dimensional random-field Ising model
10:10-10:30 Ferenc Iglói Random transverse-field Ising chain with long-range interactions
10:30-10:50 Niklas Fricke True asymptotics of self-avoiding walks on 3D percolation clusters
10:50-11:20 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 7: Random Clusters and Surfaces (Chair: Ulrich Behn)
11:20-11:40 Martin Weigel Fragmentation of fractal random structures
11:40-12:00 Eren Metin Elçi On the mixing of the single-bond dynamics for the random-cluster model
12:00-12:20 Andreas Tröster Fourier Monte Carlo renormalization group approach to crystalline membranes
12:20-12:40 Harald Morgner The stability of foam films: Remarks on the concept of disjoining pressure
12:40-12:50 - Group Photo in front of "Aula" -  
12:50-14:20 - Lunch at Mensaria Liebigstr. -  
Session 8: Computational Statistical Physics (Chair: Walter Selke)
14:20-14:40 Lev Shchur On the accuracy of the Wang-Landau algorithm
14:40-15:00 Martin Hasenbusch Phase transition of films in the Ising universality class
15:00-15:20 Fred Hucht Casimir force scaling functions in 2d Ising systems with open boundaries: The importance of corner contributions
15:20-15:40 Marco Mueller Macroscopic degeneracy influences the finite-size scaling at first-order phase transitions
15:40-16:00 Viktoria Blavatska Random walks in power-law correlated disordered environment
16:00-16:30 - Coffee Break ("Aula") -  
Session 9: Large Deviations and Quantum Systems (Chair: Steffen Trimper)
16:30-16:50 Alexander Hartmann Large deviations for work distributions
16:50-17:10 Pascal Fieth Rare-event simulations for score statistics of multiple sequence alignments
17:10-17:30 Dragi Karevski Boundary driven open quantum XXZ chain
17:30-17:50 Francesco Parisen Toldin Fermionic quantum criticality in honeycomb and π-flux Hubbard lattice models
17:50-18:10 Bertrand Berche Subtleties of gauge theory in Aharonov-Bohm rings
18:10-18:15  - Closing - 
18:15-19:15  - Poster Session & Fare-Well Beer/Wine -  
20:00  - Dinner at Restaurant Paulaner (Klostergasse 5) -  
Sat, 29 November 2014  -   ITP, Brüderstr. 16, Room 210
Session 10: New Developments in Computational Physics (Chair: Wolfhard Janke)
10:00-12:30  - Discussions of Collaborative Projects -  
12:30-14:30 - Lunch at Pizzeria "Da Salvo" (Phillip-Rosenthal-Str. 9) -  
14:30-17:00  - Collaboration Meetings -  
17:00-18:00   - Summary & Future Perspectives -  
19:00 - Dinner at ??? ("democratic decision") -  
List of Posters in Session 4
Johannes Bock  Semi-flexible polymers in disordered media
Khrystyna Haydukivska  Ring polymers in disordered environment: Conformational properties
Hendrik Hobrecht  Simulating three-body Casimir interactions in colloidal suspensions
Momchil Ivanov  P3HT molecules interacting with Au(001) substrates
Mariana Krasnytska  Lee-Yang-Fisher zeros for the Ising model on complex network
Martin Marenz  Effects of stiffness in a generic polymer model and where knots come into play
Hannes Nagel  Open boundary conditions in stochastic transport processes with pair-factorized steady states
Thomas Neuhaus  Current-current correlations in lattice QCD: Continuum study of quark diffusion
Semjon Stepanow  Adsorption of semiflexible polymers
Sascha Sebastian Wald  Anisotropic extension of the quantum spherical model
Benno Werlich  Specific interactions in a hard-sphere model

Wolfhard Janke - Wed Nov 19 20:05:09 CET 2014 (WJ)